How Good Was Kimi Raikkonen In His Prime?

23/05/2020
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Kimi Raikkonen undeniably is one of the most loved drivers by the fans and it's incredible to think that he is going into another season of F1 at the age of 40. However, how good was Kimi Raikkonen in his prime? How did a young Fin make such a big impression going up against the likes of Schumacher and Alonso, and what made him so special?
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  • don’t worry this’ll be just like cars 3 räikkönen crashes trains a rookie and then they win

    myles davismyles davis19 घंटे पहले
  • Thats the talent of Alonso ..he made Kimi looked so bad....Alonso is the GOAT

    Sumit SaurabhSumit Saurabh2 दिन पहले
  • He was good from 2003-2007. After that he really wasn't very impressive to be honest. Massa beat him in 2 of their 3 seasons. Alonso and Vettel easily beat him.

    joshd171294joshd1712945 दिन पहले
    • @joshd171294 If he got into many accidents, then he's bad compared to his usual performance that season. Being good means you race cleanly and not crashing. Yes Raikkonen is beaten by his teammates since 2014, but it's only because he has much more longetivity than other F1 drivers, unlike Mika who retired in 2001, if Mika continues racing from 2002 onwards while he's not at his prime anymore, he'd be beaten by his teammates more like Kimi. And Schumi too, where in 2010-2012 he's beaten by Rosberg for 3 years straight.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube2 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube 2011 Hamilton got into too many incidents so for thay reason deserved to finish behind but he still out qualified Button and in the races it was a very even spread for who finished ahead. Raikkonen has been completely blown away by multiple teammates. Often 4 or 5 tenths a lap off the pace

      joshd171294joshd1712943 दिन पहले
    • @joshd171294 I said 2011 not 2010 you're blind. And Hamilton's 2012 resembles you know, Raikkonen's 2005.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube3 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube Lol Hamilton finished ahead of Button in 2010 and even in 2012 when his car kept breaking down 😂😂. Raikkonens not had many great seasons

      joshd171294joshd1712943 दिन पहले
    • "Massa beat him in 2 of their 3 seasons" Alonso lost to Trulli at 2004 and Hamilton crashes a lot at 2011 while significantly below Button as well. "Alonso and Vettel easily beat him." Rosberg easily beat Schumi as well, and DC beat Mika at 2001 just that Mika retired unlike Kimi who continues.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube3 दिन पहले
  • Subtitles pls

    Mami MahmetMami Mahmet5 दिन पहले
  • Kimi’s best years were at McLaren. Shame he never got the drivers title there. Massa was arguably the better driver during his first Ferrari stint 👀

    Daniel MorrisDaniel Morris6 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube yeah it was a year on from the accident

      Daniel MorrisDaniel Morris4 दिन पहले
    • @Daniel Morris Alonso and Schumi's gap to Massa was similar. One year to the day since his accident you mean about the "Fernando is faster than you"?

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube4 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube Well Massa has said the fact that they did it one year to the day since his accident really hurt him. He’d been the team player before but he was always fairly close behind his teammates. The Fernando thing really seemed to cut the legs off him

      Daniel MorrisDaniel Morris4 दिन पहले
    • @Daniel Morris But if it's like that would "Fernando is faster than you" damage Massa regardless if he had accident or not then? And Massa also had been a teamplayer before, he planned to sacrifice his race for Schumi in 2006 if he can win WDC, and in 2007 he did for Raikkonen. It's never 3 way but always 2 way for each; 2003 is Schumi vs Kimi (and Montoya), 2005 is Alonso vs Kimi, 2006 is Alonso vs Schumi.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube4 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube damn. You know your stuff my friend. I think after the accident, while it may not have affected him, Ferrari had moved onto Alonso and that was a death sentence for his title ambitions. “Fernando is faster than you” did a lot more damage than the accident. agree with your opinion that Kimi is up there with Schumi and Alonso though. It’s a shame he couldn’t have made more of a challenge in 2006 and made it a 3 way fight for the drivers championship

      Daniel MorrisDaniel Morris5 दिन पहले
  • He’ll be missed so badly.

    T-Bag BagwellT-Bag Bagwell6 दिन पहले
  • “Bwoah” enough said

    RealMrT013D0 !RealMrT013D0 !6 दिन पहले
  • 2003-2007 was his prime.. long time ago..

    David AshcroftDavid Ashcroft7 दिन पहले
    • 2001-2013, with 2008 as a bad year. He was past his prime at 2014. Like Mika Hakkinen being in prime from 1991-2000, and 2001 he was past his prime (but Mika retired).

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube5 दिन पहले
  • 5:50 “he love racing then anything else” Me remembering kimi drink a lot 🤔

    GamingWithTobiGamingWithTobi7 दिन पहले
  • Never lived up to expectations. The skills he had should of made he a least 3 times world champion.

    RamoneRamone8 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube my point still stands

      RamoneRamone4 दिन पहले
    • 2003 and 2005. He had reliability issues compared to both his rivals' (Schumi and Alonso in respective years. Montoya car was unreliable too) bulletproof cars, and he lost only due to that.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube5 दिन पहले
  • 0:42

    Nicholas StathosNicholas Stathos8 दिन पहले
  • He was great, sometimes.

    Harvey LeeHarvey Lee10 दिन पहले
  • Is somebody chasing you and you venture on speaking fast ? or is it a F1 speaking race. ?

    Striker IronStriker Iron10 दिन पहले
  • Don’t forget the fact he didn’t really have his drink available to him, physical strain than most drivers

    Mohammed SiyamMohammed Siyam10 दिन पहले
  • Kimi had the same zeal in his eyes as Schumacher in the day, love seeing that era still ripping out there! 🙌

    SilviaSilvia10 दिन पहले
  • Oh you meant at driving 😀 Just kidding. He is one of the best. Right up there.

    accentontheoffaccentontheoff11 दिन पहले
  • Ice man----Top man.

    buckshotaaabuckshotaaa11 दिन पहले
  • Kimi simone of my favorite guys on f1. Extremely talented and quite hilarious. I believe if he stayed on McLaren he would be at least 4 times champion.

    Luis Gustavo FerreiraLuis Gustavo Ferreira11 दिन पहले
  • He was extraordinary in his McLaren days, he came within three points of winning the title with a two year-old car. It's been hard to watch him in recent years because I can remember the absolute beast he once was. Unpopular opinion, but the first signs of the decline came in the middle of his championship year, Ferrari were telling him in no uncertain terms to get his act together. He did and started '08 strongly, but then the rot set in again and although there have been good days, he's never really been his old self since.

    azapro911azapro91111 दिन पहले
  • Driver 100% Top bloke 110%

    Luke WillisLuke Willis12 दिन पहले
  • One of my favourite drivers of all time.

    Alf Often PompenAlf Often Pompen12 दिन पहले
  • Rebel as we Finns are. Kimi is a Cult.

    Hannu VirtanenHannu Virtanen12 दिन पहले
  • Kimi in his prime was better than any of the current f1 drivers in their prime. Probably the only one that was better in his prime that him was Schumi.

    Felipe MFelipe M13 दिन पहले
  • This is terrible, you didn't even mention his drivers championship in 07

    Salvatore CardamoneSalvatore Cardamone17 दिन पहले
    • If you were to ask Kimi what his greatest memory is in F1, what do you believe he would say??? I think 07 would be mentioned

      Salvatore CardamoneSalvatore Cardamone5 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube I agree with all of your points expect for the fact it is the hardest racing title to achieve (expect for the last 4 years) when doing a doco on the man, mention those facts that you stated but also discuss his world title winning season, do you disagree?

      Salvatore CardamoneSalvatore Cardamone5 दिन पहले
    • @Salvatore Cardamone Because the lesson is that you shouldn't only look at final result and stats, if you're more invested in F1 or the team/driver. In 2003 he almost win using outdated car, in 2005 if not for reliability issues, he'd have 12 win streak from Imola to Spa, ending up with 153 points.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube5 दिन पहले
    • @GT012345tube how good was kimi is the name of the doco and you don't mention his only individual title in F1??? Come on man

      Salvatore CardamoneSalvatore Cardamone5 दिन पहले
    • Because his McLaren years are better than his WDC year.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube5 दिन पहले
  • Journalist: you are the world champion! Any driver: "Unbelievable, that's a dream come true!" Journalist: Kimi you are the world champion! Kimi (half drunk): bwoah I know you don't have to tell me.

    BlaziTheEdgelordBlaziTheEdgelord17 दिन पहले
  • Good video, and nice title. But why is the thumbnail an image of him in the 2018 Ferrari? Think we all know that is far away from his prime

    *Dangaming10**Dangaming10*18 दिन पहले
  • Kimi and Valentino they dont need win but just their appereance on the track will win fans heart Both are Icon

    Rotua Frans ManaluRotua Frans Manalu18 दिन पहले
  • What do you mean He "was in his prime"? He still is banging lmao

    ViperViper18 दिन पहले
  • I Hope's he stays for a next 40 years too....thinking of his retirement gives me that atom senna crash feeling

    sidan warishsidan warish19 दिन पहले
  • Overrated. If schumacher had that ferrari in 07' and 08' he wouldn't have botched it and won both of them easily by a huge margin.

    SunotmySunotmy20 दिन पहले
  • Just imagine this, now heat me out. Imagine Kimi staying in mclaren for 2007 teaming up with lewis 🤩🤩👌.

    Jussi KauramäkiJussi Kauramäki20 दिन पहले
  • You forgot about the little french boy who cried when he crashed in Barcelona that time....??

    Robert WebberRobert Webber21 दिन पहले
  • Video suggestion: How bad was Ralf Schumacher rerally?

    Alice EliotAlice Eliot22 दिन पहले
  • Kim has still got it. Just look at his first lap at this years Portugese GP ;-)

    P CP C24 दिन पहले
  • and we are gonna skip over the fact the Schumacher raced along side Senna and is still racing today and i very competitive. well we still love kimi for what he is. kimi is da best. well after senna and a few others

    xtreme 8xtreme 825 दिन पहले
  • i still wish that now in 2020 or in 2021 Kimi in some magical unexplainable by car performance way will get one last podium

    ArchMageArchMage25 दिन पहले
  • Räikkönen would have been unstobbable when the cars where more simple, many Räikkönen teammatea he would have won the most championchips without the technical New side of formula 1

    Konsta KiviniemiKonsta Kiviniemi26 दिन पहले
  • kimi: *wins the title* also kimi: yes nice finally -_-

    DashOfOliveOilDashOfOliveOil27 दिन पहले
  • I'm from the future and he already passed barrichello's record

    Exclusive EUExclusive EU28 दिन पहले
  • Bwoah

    Jo1Jo128 दिन पहले
  • What makes you think Kimi isn’t in his prime

    Smily PenguinSmily Penguin29 दिन पहले
    • Being destroyed by Alonso at 2014, and beaten by Vettel for all his Ferrari years.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube25 दिन पहले
  • this is what fans never seem to understand about F1. Kimi was arguably the absolute best in the refueling, sprint racing, qualifying engine, tyre war era of F1 with his Michelin shod Mclaren V10s. the cars now are basically 50% heavier 50% bigger tyres are 50% less raceworthy, and race a lot for endurance. he was basically lucky to win the one title he did win in 2007, but was unlucky 2x before (2003 and 2005).

    Ram AttackRam Attackमहीने पहले
    • Kimi had 2 mechanical retirements in 2007, while Hamilton and Alonso had 1 each from their mistake. So Kimi is still unlucky in 2007.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube25 दिन पहले
  • The early story of raikonnen mirrors verstappen so much

    Havinash AsirwathanHavinash Asirwathanमहीने पहले
  • Honestly Raikkonen is basically wasted talent “””:/ Very much like MASSIVE underachievers like Vince Carter in basketball, Marat safin in tennis, and OLD RONALDO from Brazil in football 🙈😓

    HM LimHM Limमहीने पहले
  • That 2010 F1 season that Vettel won was the last exciting F1 season I can remember, and it was arguably one of the best seasons in the history of F1. There were so many legendary racers on that grid, Hamilton, Alonso, Button, Massa, Schumacher, Barichello, wow, that was a really exciting season, and Vettel won the title in the final race with a 4 point lead over Alonso. What a nail biting season that was , Hamilton, Webber and Button were all fighthing tooth and nail with Vettel and Alonso for the title. That was memorable. After that season there was just a decade of boredom in F1, A Red Bull and Mercedes shit show.

    M TELYAM TELYAमहीने पहले
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    Olof Bjerstedt-BlomOlof Bjerstedt-Blomमहीने पहले
  • The guy went from P16 to P5 in 1 lap.. in an Alpha Romeo..!!!

    Mr KunjMr Kunjमहीने पहले
  • Mon favoris et de loin

    Michel HarperMichel Harperमहीने पहले
  • In terms of fast pace,I believe he is the fastest driver ever in f1.

    Mohammed AliMohammed Aliमहीने पहले
  • Fastest hobby driver ever!

    Gandalf the GreyGandalf the Greyमहीने पहले
  • Kimi was Fast AF! Only problem that the McLaren was not reliable enough to win in the end. Kimi would've taken more championships in his McLaren-time, at least 2.

    90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdam90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdamमहीने पहले
    • @GT012345tube I never wanted to say it was Kimi's fault, actually the whole year was McLaren's PROBLEM. Yes retirements can be bad luck, driver errors and ofcourse that you can depend on your team to build that reliable car (not only fast) I was a instant Kimi-fan since his first race with Sauber, it's good to talk with someone who knows somethings from these "older" days instead of younger people who only make fights on the internet about which f1 days were better, then or now.

      90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdam90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdamमहीने पहले
    • @90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdam Raikkonen is still more consistent btw, he made no mistakes where Alonso did a mistake in Canada to crash into a wall. Retirements can be from driver mistakes (crashing to wall) or from reliability issues. All of Raikkonen's retirements are from mechanical failures, so none of them are his faults.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tubeमहीने पहले
    • @GT012345tube The exact numbers i don't know, it's a long time ago but it was somewhere around these numbers. Kimi was very dominant that year and with a lot of gridpenalties it didn't help him no. All i know (without google help) the McLaren was superfast, but the reliability was a big problem. Alonso was the most constant.

      90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdam90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdamमहीने पहले
    • @90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdam only 8 or 9 wins lol, it'd be the most dominant season, 12 win streak from imola to spa, because he also had 10 grid penalties

      GT012345tubeGT012345tubeमहीने पहले
    • @GT012345tube 2003 with a bit more luck and 4 points and for sure 2005 should have go to Kimi if it wasn't for McLaren's reliability (8 or 9 wins and 7 or 8 DNFs)

      90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdam90MinutenLangVoorOnzeClubUitAmsterdamमहीने पहले
  • WARRRRRR Raikkonen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    dmoradmoraमहीने पहले
  • I love Kimi because he will not have the drink yet he still knows what to don

    LOT4LOT4महीने पहले
  • love him or hate him, Kimi puts on a show on and off the track

    Alec NewmanAlec Newmanमहीने पहले
  • I love the way u pronounce his name "Raikhonen"

    ZimaiZimaiमहीने पहले
  • I remember taking the day off work for the 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix without having my bosses permission. I was suspended and nearly got fired but it was worth it to see the race live and Kimi finally win the Championship after years of mercedes unreliability!

    Eye In The SkyEye In The Skyमहीने पहले
  • Brilliant, he is so brave in being awkward. You gotta love Kimi 😆

    Claudiu AicoboaeClaudiu Aicoboaeमहीने पहले
  • Kimi was still driving at a pretty high level in 2009 even though the car was a dog. His performances immediately after Massa's accident were top drawer (2nd in Hungary, 3rd in Valencia, 1st at Spa, 3rd at Monza).

    tb3420tb3420महीने पहले
    • @GT012345tube Had never thought about the similarities between Massa and Rosberg, interesting. I do rate Rosberg a bit more highly than Massa, maybe because of the constant pressure cooker he was in with Lewis and having to constantly drive himself to raise his game higher and higher to beat him. It’s a shame he didn’t stick around to defend his title but maybe he knew he couldn’t reach that level again and it wouldn’t be enough. Ferrari/Mercedes engines in 07/08 - think they were fairly evenly matched, although the 19,000rpm limit for 2007 did cap the Mercedes slightly more than the Ferrari as they had been touching 20,000rpm at times the year before.

      tb3420tb3420महीने पहले
    • @tb3420 So there's about F2007/2008 and MP4-22/23's handling and control on certain tracks, then about the engines? Yeah definitely Alonso and Hamilton are stronger lineup, Raikkonen and Massa at that time would I say was like Hamilton and Rosberg (and people would likely say Alonso-Hamilton are stronger one). Pre-accident Massa is just probably one of the drivers that doesn't start out as great in F1, like Button or Rosberg. At first they're beaten by experienced drivers as teammates (Button and Massa to Fisi, Rosberg to Webber, both Button and Massa also beat late JV), but later got improved to match top drivers (Massa against 00s Raikkonen at 2007, Rosberg against Hamilton at 2014, both Massa and Rosberg that time has better qualifying record than their teammate but worse result in standings), and at 1 season WDC level (Massa/Rosberg vs Hamilton in 2008/2016, ended in tiny margin).

      GT012345tubeGT012345tubeमहीने पहले
    • @GT012345tube Absolutely right about the challenge of unlearning a technique. Yeah, Kimi was pretty consistent early on even if he wasn't winning, but Massa had a couple of wins in that time, so by Kimi's standards (and by everyone's expectations) it was a bit of a dry spell. And it's definitely not as simple as just saying the Ferrari was much faster than the McLaren in 2007, because they had completely different concepts so they excelled at different things. The McLaren had a much shorter wheelbase so it was more nimble around tracks that had a 'point-and-squirt' layout, like Monaco and Monza. The Ferrari was more stable in high speed corners, and I think it was probably aerodynamically superior - places like Silverstone, Spa and Interlagos were perfect for it. However they suffered in the wet because the McLaren had better mechanical grip and worked its tyres harder - e.g. Nurburgring 2007, Massa had led most of the way, but as soon as it started raining, Alonso closed in and took the win. Those characteristics generally carried over to 2008 as well (Spa the obvious example). I do think Alonso and Hamilton were a better pairing than Raikkonen and Massa, but that's not an insult to Kimi. I just think Massa looked better than he really was over those two years, basically because of the circumstances. I've read the Santander story - if it's true it explains a lot about why the team didn't back Kimi in 2008. Pretty shocking to treat the reigning champion like that though and Kimi's a big guy for not going public with it.

      tb3420tb3420महीने पहले
    • @tb3420 Dunno about the past now, but although GP2 is different, these days drivers often cite the value of getting experience on Pirellis in GP2/GP3 these days. And, it's still an advantage to Hamilton anyway, because what Alonso and Raikkonen did; it's much harder to forget your old style and learn a new style, than it is to learn a new style. Kind of like how coaches say bad technique is much harder to correct than teaching good technique. Michelin drivers had to un-learn from their previous cars/tires. I'm not only talking about Kimi's win, he also had high positions 2 race after (2x in 3rd), so it seems consistent, 3 race back to back finishing in high position (not. only. win). And now his WDC like most race wins can be discredited (other than biased Hamilton retirement and ignoring Kimi's) where Ferrari is considered "massively faster" than McLaren and that's the reason he wins while Hamilton and Alonso are so close in "much slower" McLaren which speaks for how bad Kimi is and how great those 2 are (basing off on Massa post-accident and Kimi's 2nd Ferrari stint), so how is Ferrari vs McLaren in those years actually? For 2008 Michael confirmed that the Ferrari screwed him up, and the reason is reportedly of Santander wanting Alonso. Oh, so you mean condition as being wet condition. Yeah Lewis was known as being amazing on that. Though Raikkonen had moments in rain like other than 2007 China, like 2005 Belgian and 2003 Brazil.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tubeमहीने पहले
    • @GT012345tube Yeah but the tyres used in GP2 in 2006 were nothing like the F1 tyres (they were slicks and had different compounds). Ferrari actually tested them in the summer of 2006 and reportedly they were around 2 seconds per lap faster than their grooved race tyres. i think actually Kimi's win in Australia was the outlier in the first half of the 2007 season. Everywhere else up until the US GP he was being outpaced by Massa, which at the time was very unexpected. Ferrari came up with a different steering setup for him which gave him more confidence in the front end and he really started performing, but even after that there were still times you could see the car wasn't 100% to his liking, especially in qualifying. He did put in some superb performances in the races though - beating the McLarens at Silverstone, and demolishing everyone at Spa are the two that stand out. Definitely a worthy champion with the most race wins. Really wish Ferrari had fully backed him in 08 but it just seems like he didn't form the connection with the team that Michael had. When I say 'changing conditions' I mean weather conditions, when it's wet or just generally when grip levels are unknown. Martin Brundle said about Ayrton Senna that it was almost as if he had a sixth sense for where the grip was going to be before he got to a corner. Lewis seems to have a similar skill to find the grip in wet conditions - Fuji 07 and Silverstone 08 are the two examples that spring to mind but there are others. I don't remember Kimi ever being amazing in the wet - you remember in China 07, before Lewis' race started to unravel, he had built up something like a 10 second lead over Kimi in mixed conditions.

      tb3420tb3420महीने पहले
  • The biggest "WHAT IF" in the history of the sport

    reminiscer of the pastreminiscer of the pastमहीने पहले
  • #ToWinYouNeedAFinn👍🏻👊🏻🇫🇮❤️

    Dawne DeeleyDawne Deeleyमहीने पहले
  • I know F1 because of him. He is always no. 1 in my heart.

    SK TANSK TANमहीने पहले
  • It's funny that Raikkonen went from being one of the most inexperienced drivers in f1 history to THE MOST experienced in f1 history

    Gio ProxGio Proxमहीने पहले
    • And both in same team (Sauber; Alfa is the rebrand).

      GT012345tubeGT012345tubeमहीने पहले
  • Natural Born Driver.

    Mika MäenpääMika Mäenpääमहीने पहले
  • Kimi was my favorite driver in F1 when he was in Ferrari

    The Red MarbleThe Red Marbleमहीने पहले
  • Raikkonen was undoubtedly, between 2002 and 2007 one of if not the fastest driver in F1. He could and probably should have won the world championship two more times in his career (2003 & 2005) if he had had better luck and reliability. Somehow though, and this is probably a bit harsh and I don't mean it to, but after he finally secured the championship in 2007, his fire, having secured the championship, seemed to wain. Up until he won the championship in 2007, he scored 15 race wins (1 in 2003, 1 in 2004, 7 in 2005, 6 in 2007). But afterwards, he only scored six wins in his career there after (2 in 2008, 1 in 2009, 1 in 2012, 1 in 2013 and 1 in 2018). It's almost like his determination was somehow was adversely affected by securing the world championship after so many years of trying. Don't get me wrong though, he's a great character and love seeing him still racing and he's a great champion, it'll be a sad day when he announces his retirement

    SiVlogSiVlogमहीने पहले
    • Yeah, there are 2 kind of driver, those that are never satisfied for their title and is constantly hungry for more, and those that only need 1 WDC to prove themselves. Kimi is the latter, and Mika is a rare example for those with multiple titles that is also the latter example (he was unmotivated after 2 titles, and got beat by DC in 2001 before retired).

      GT012345tubeGT012345tubeमहीने पहले
  • Imagine if Kimi had competed for Brawn!

    Schuka Metin2Schuka Metin2महीने पहले
  • Kimi in a Ferrari was explosive

    soulsticesoulsticeमहीने पहले
  • Guys the real question should be “did he get the drink?”

    MARK MARKMARK MARKमहीने पहले
  • Kimi was born that way. Whatever he chose to drive, was always quick. The only thing he knows how to do is to go fast. He is a one-trick-pony. His verbal inability has become a legend. He is honest and loyal to his friends. He does not belong to the money spheres of formula 1. He is a regular guy. He is a regular guy with the special gift of driving very fast. He loves what he's doing because he cannot do anything else. He will probably die in an accidental fire. Or maybe he just retires. Who knows, perkele.

    Martti SuomivuoriMartti Suomivuoriमहीने पहले
  • But for the brittle McLaren.. hes a 3 time wdc...

    Ajay PaiAjay Paiमहीने पहले
  • The IceMan cometh

    SgtEaZeyE55 officialSgtEaZeyE55 officialमहीने पहले
  • The car defines the "prime" nowadays.

    Horst Tristan von WittenbachHorst Tristan von Wittenbach2 महीने पहले
    • The fact is, it always does, everytime in F1. I mean it's machinery sport, car is obviously significantly more important than driver (ex: Alonso didn't get points in Minardi, etc.). Hamilton may have Mercedes like W07, but Senna has MP4/4 and Schumi has F2002/F2004.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube2 महीने पहले
  • You mean when he had a good car?

    D RodD Rod2 महीने पहले
  • He’s the best

    Sun ShineSun Shine2 महीने पहले
  • kimi you will have a 5 second penalty FOR WHAT!!?

    joshualebijoshualebi2 महीने पहले
  • Hi is still in his prime, just needs a car with a engine not Flintstone power.

    Veature_iTechVeature_iTech2 महीने पहले
  • *Bwoah*

    Chaya suChaya su2 महीने पहले
  • He was good enough in 2018 to set the all-time qualifying lap record at Monza - not bad for an oldster :)

    Tony WillisTony Willis2 महीने पहले
  • What is the back Musik????

    MASVIDAL 1MASVIDAL 12 महीने पहले
  • You're right, he ido one ir greats

    Patricio Silva RobalinoPatricio Silva Robalino2 महीने पहले
  • Everyone loves Kimi. While Kimi: OK

    Amit TrivediAmit Trivedi2 महीने पहले
  • the man exudes sisu

    Connor BrownConnor Brown2 महीने पहले
  • Bwoah

    Eduardo RezendeEduardo Rezende2 महीने पहले
  • Idk why but i think kimi retires at the end of this season ornext season

    NiklasNiklas2 महीने पहले
  • Kimi is Loved by the fans because he is the only driver who doesn't give a ..... about what people think of him and so you will always get a honest answer. Nothing is played, he doesn't give careful answers to not piss anybody off, he just says what he thinks, and if he doesn't care he says that too. If anybody should get the "he is real" its Kimi. XD Sorry if that doesn't make sense, not my first language.

    BillyBilly2 महीने पहले
  • I remember Kimi setting alot of Fastest Lap in his prime.

    Azim PetraAzim Petra2 महीने पहले
  • The only reason Kimi went to Lotus for 2012 & 2013 was so that Ferrari could get him back up to speed and watch his driving, he was already on their radar for 2014 in about 2011

    Screw You And Your SensitivitiesScrew You And Your Sensitivities2 महीने पहले
  • kimmy went from being the most inexperienced to the most experienced lmao

    RynRyn2 महीने पहले
  • 2nd best Finnish F1 driver ever. Häkkinen 1st and Rosberg 3rd, Bottas 4th (atm) and Kovalainen 5th.

    Papa GroundsPapa Grounds2 महीने पहले
    • The gap to Bottas and to Kovalainen would be big though.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube2 महीने पहले
  • the soul of f1 greats will die when Kimi ends his career. He's the last of the moheecans. fucking marketing robots the lot of them

    billy bob thorntonbilly bob thornton2 महीने पहले
  • He is still in his prime , just give him a CAR

    Fouad SaadeFouad Saade2 महीने पहले
    • 2017 and 2018 Ferrari was the last time the team was good, but he's not on prime if he's beaten by Vettel (closest on 2018 with multiple retires).

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube2 महीने पहले
  • 196 dislikes by fans of Lulu Ham.

    Arkamitra KarArkamitra Kar2 महीने पहले
  • would love to see him at merc beating the scooter riding pink socks wearing Hamilton

    Gareth HughesGareth Hughes2 महीने पहले
  • The amount of fucks given over this longest record breaking career? Still at 0 :)

    George DanilovGeorge Danilov2 महीने पहले
  • Kimi's prime was back in the days of Ferrari's prime.

    SubaruForester2015SubaruForester20152 महीने पहले
    • Not Ferrari but McLaren dude.

      GT012345tubeGT012345tube2 महीने पहले
  • Good enought to win with the Lotus, nobody expected that, especially Lopez who was far to imagine how much money he should pay for him.

    gilles grindelgilles grindel2 महीने पहले
  • Kimi is still in his prime. His ride on the other hand.....

    aspalovinaspalovin2 महीने पहले
  • I think there was a saying back then, that Kimi drove so fast and so hard, that it breaks all McLaren's car/ engine, because the Machine keep up with the Human. 😂😂😂

    Darren PangDarren Pang2 महीने पहले
  • theres an article why kimi retired.. its a business over talent issue.

    Mon SaiMon Sai2 महीने पहले
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